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Rihanna is joining a luxury fashion house. But does Rihanna need luxe, or does luxe need Rihanna? | Elizabeth Wellington

Rihanna is making fashion history. Fenty, Rihanna’s womenswear line, has joined the likes of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy under the vast LVMH umbrella (ella ella ella).
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Rihanna is joining a luxury fashion house. But does Rihanna need luxe, or does luxe need Rihanna? | Elizabeth Wellington

Rihanna is making fashion history. Fenty, Rihanna’s womenswear line, has joined the likes of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Givenchy under the vast LVMH umbrella (ella ella ella).
Opinion

European Parliament elections: Should Americans worry about a new alliance of populists and nationalists? | Trudy Rubin

In Italy, France, Britain and across the continent, the far right is rising but may be less dangerous than many fear..
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European Parliament elections: Should Americans worry about a new alliance of populists and nationalists? | Trudy Rubin

In Italy, France, Britain and across the continent, the far right is rising but may be less dangerous than many fear..
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Pa. among worst states? Pa. voters don’t think so! | John Baer

How to explain Pennsylvania's horrible, no good national ranking and a new poll showing Gov. Wolf doing fine and voters happy with the state's direction?

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Abortion fight is about white patriarchy clinging to power. It’s time for decent men to speak up | Will Bunch

The secret history of the U.S. abortion fight shows what it's all about: White patriarchy, and social control.

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What happened at Morehouse College really is the graduation story of the year

These Morehouse Men, as they’re called, won’t have to accept any old job to meet their monthly student loan obligations. Because of tech billionaire Robert F. Smith's generosity, they will be in a better position to start their own businesses or attend graduate school.

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She’s been helping people for a decade. So why is Pa. picking on her? | Stu Bykofsky

Naomi Brownstein, 68, has been offering secretarial services to poor people with simple legal issues. She is being investigated by the state attorney general for reasons that are not clear.

Consider these “5 C’s” before applying for a bank loan for your small business

A traditional bank loan remains a popular way to borrow because they are cheaper and come along with other helpful services like online banking and cash management. So if that’s your plan, how can you succeed?

Opinion

Vote, if only because the powers that be don’t really want you to | John Baer

There are lots of reasons not to vote in Tuesday's primary election, including protecting the status quo. But is that really what you want?

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‘Game of Thrones’ a saga that was not nearly as complicated at the end as it was at the beginning

Writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss wrap up their version of George R.R. Martin's sprawling story.

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After raising three sons, she’s running her own barber shop

Donna Brosious loved being a working mother and spent much of her career in fashion, makeup, and hair. And after her boys were grown, she discovered a new outlet: barbering.

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At Philly campaign kickoff, Joe Biden and fans — young and old — party like it’s 2015 | Will Bunch

Biden fans really want one thing — to beat Donald Trump. A Philly rally showed the promise and pitfalls of their idea.

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To Pa.’s poorest city, and its Peanut Bar, a ‘shot through the heart’ | Maria Panaritis

Pennsylvania's poorest city may be on the brink of losing its newspaper. But Reading still has Jimmy Kramer's place — where hope and history commune on bar stools.

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We can all learn a lot from 90-year-old Marie Ryan about living and loving life | Jenice Armstrong

At a time in life when most seniors have slowed their lives to a crawl, Ryan’s life is moving full speed ahead, auditioning for acting roles and tweeting at President Donald Trump. A tweet she sent about turning 90 attracted nearly 800 likes.

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Why Democrats should watch how the immigration firestorm is playing out in Italy | Trudy Rubin

Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini's harsh anti-migrant policies should be yet another warning to U.S. Democrats to take the lead on immigration at home.

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